Today's Newsletter: What Can IT Staff Do Regarding Student Walkouts?
A thorough review shows female students with access to technology actually exceeded the scores of those without technology, but not significantly so.
STEM and STEAM initiatives are similar in many ways to previous efforts to value and order what students should focus on in Pre-K–12 education.
I challenge all educators to step back and review some of the fundamental documents of our profession.
There is a fair amount of controversy about whether or not to count Indiana’s general diploma when factoring the high school graduation rate for ESSA reporting purposes
With the tragic events in Charlottesville last weekend, we need to step back and take a look at what we are doing in our schools and classrooms to model inclusiveness and acceptance of others
School choice as we conceptualize it currently may be a thing of the past.
As schools continue to be squeezed for funding, many see school library programs as expendable.
It seems "school choice" in many urban areas is more a new round of segregation than true choice.
Don’t assume that only electronic devices have value to our students.
As the US Department of Education’s future direction appears unclear, it does make sense to be aware of several of the potential contentious issues.
This summer, while you are visiting the beach or taking a staycation, take a trip back to the 1930s and learn more about Progressive Education.
Last week, I was honored to participate in our regional adult basic education graduation ceremony.
One trend was the need for more staff development as we get ready to make the shift to a more personalized curriculum.
The Internet has made so many things better that it is essential to remember that there are also some bad people out there using the Internet for criminal purposes.
As July closes out, I have an urge to reflect upon my summer reading and think ahead about what I want to recommend to others.
Since launching last month, the Future Ready Pledge has been taken by school leaders representing more than 10 million students.
There is a growing concern about the Common Core State Standards as it seems to become a political issue over who controls education policy.